About Dominique Romeyer
Dominique Romeyer (°1958, Lyon, FR) is a French artist who lives and works in Brussels (BE) since 2013. Dominique graduated from the University of Lyon (FR) and Aix-en-Provence (FR) in 1988, with a Master degree in History of Art and Archeology. Dominique does not leave aesthetic a priori unturned, but questions the basis of 21st Century visual discourse, reasserting beauty, immanence and humanism with the very same formal means she considers. She has exhibited widely both in Belgium and abroad. A selection of her most recent solo and group exhibition include: Mobilité formelle, La Part du Feu, Brussels (BE), 2017 (solo exhibition); Abstract Painting Positions, Galerie A. D’Hauterives, Brussels (BE), 2017 (two person exhibition); ARTopenKUNST, Vanderborght, Brussels (BE), 2017 (group exhibition), Echo à la modernité, Chapelle de la médiathèque, Uzès (FR), 2017 (group exhibition); ART/ Converters! Studio 1.1, London (UK), 2016 (group exhibition) and Momentum in Motus, Galerie Crelan, Brussels (BE), 2016 (two person exhibition). She has also participated in several artistic residencies, such as the Centre d’Art Contemporain Chanot in Ile de France (FR) in 2007 and the Cooper Union Summer Residency, in New York (USA) in 2008.